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I HAVE A LOOSE CABLE THATS HAS A TAG ABS ONLY 50 PULSE WERE DOES IT GOES CONNECTED

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Speedometer not working on ford escort 1999


speedo works off one of the front wheels depending on your country, the signal goes to the abs unit then out of the abs unit to the speedo. the speedo could be at fault. or the sensor but if the sensor is at fault the abs light would be on so first i would check the single wire from the abs unit, clean the connections, the signal is a pulse. the faster the pulse the faster the speedo goes..

May 30, 2017 | Ford Cars & Trucks

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I have a 99 chevy tahoe 4X4 thats giving me problem.when pushing down on brake pedal it pushes back then the ABS light comes on and then the truck starts revving up and not shifting gears right and se


This could be a wheel speed sensor. The ABS module does not do a rationality test to sensors. This must be monitored by a scanner WHEN acting up as they send information to the controller which makes the decision if the car has traction or not one of the sensors is sending false data. this happens at low speeds 15 mph or less . the controller does not tag it as a bad reading because it is random even during your brake application. As for the transmission not shifting this also can be a bad sensor on the transfer case output shaft. Does speedo act crazy during this shifting problem. check for loose ground straps.

Sep 29, 2014 | 1999 Chevrolet Tahoe

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Why would the abs light be on?


Each wheel has a magnetic sensor and a slotted ring that generates the ABS pulse. The sensor can get dirty (rust, mud and brake dust) and have to be cleaned. The replaceable slotted ring often rusts in older cars. The cable from the wheel sensors to the body, while very tough, can get damaged or disconnected. Its usually the front ones.

You may need new rotors.
Subarus requires the same make and size of tires front and rear. Mixing sizes can cause a mismatch in the ABS signals from each end, and this will often cause the ABS light to come on.
The ABS computer may have failed.

If ABS is working more or less correctly, hitting the brakes on loose dirt or snow/ice should result in the pedal kick back and the buzzing of the ABS valve system.

Jun 16, 2014 | 1999 Subaru Forester

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How do I fix the cruise control


Your question is vague so I do not know if I can help you.
Try checking the cable that comes from the cruise control and mechanically pulls on the accelerator linkage under the car bonnet. It should be clamped firmly to the accelerator cable and the chain link to the throttle has to be tight if it is loose the cable can't move the throtle.
This was the cause of my cruise control not working as the clamps were loose and the cable moved rather than the throttle. Check the brake switch has the cruise control sensor wire connected securely.
Is the car rear wheel drive if so check magnets are still on the drive shaft and that the hall effect transducer if mounted close to the magnets to detect the movement of the magnets. Front wheel drive may use a transducer connected to the speedo cable or may use ignition pulse sensing if these connections fail the cruise control will stop working also. Also make sure the vacuum connection is ok to the cars vacuum piping under the bonnet.

May 29, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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Have A 2000 excursion hade the hubs replaced and now have the ABS light going on off?


The ABS wheel speed sensors are on the hubs. Check the cable connectors are not loose and properly connected. Possibly one of the sensors might have been damaged when the hubs were replaced.

Jan 07, 2011 | 2001 Ford Excursion

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Abs light and brake light on after abrupt stop,will not turn off


theres a wire that goes into the brake system and thats for the abs it might be loose or have a short

Nov 25, 2009 | 1999 Dodge Durango

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My 1998 ford windstar abs brake light is on. In the past I had to add brake fluid and in doing so the light went out. I tried that but it continues to burn. Can it be reset?


thats odd. Adding brake fluid shouldn't have kicked on the ABS light..

Low brake fluid would cause your RED parking brake light to come on not the orange ABS light (unless thats what you mean. if thats the case its normal for that light to come on with low fluid. in this case check the brake lines starting to the master cylinder and the components at the wheels to make sure there is no leaks if you go HERE complained about your situation and also noticed a leak on the bottom of the master cylinder (hazardous in more than 1 way) )

not sure of the component locations under the hood of the windstar but check to see if you were bumping wires on the ABS control module when you were putting brake fluid in. may be a loose connection that jiggles loose when you drive.

otherwise it might need a new ABS control module or maybe moisture in one of the components.

Oct 19, 2009 | 1998 Ford Windstar

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There is a wire that goes from the engin of the car that goes down some where in the axcel it look like it was damaged but where does it lead is it the abs or what please help im really lost


IF IT THE ONE THAT I AM FAMILIAR WITH THEN IT IS FOR THE ABS. IT GOES BEHIND THE BRAKE ROTOR AND READS A RELUCTOR WHEEL WITH TEETH ON IT FOR THE ABS PULSE AND DETERMINES THE VEHICLE SPEED. IF YOU ARE UNSURE, THEN LOOK AT THE OTHER SIDE OF THE CAR TO LOCATE THAT ONE. I HOPE THIS HELPS. GOOD LUCK.

May 03, 2009 | Chrysler PT Cruiser Cars & Trucks

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